Good Experience Games


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Good Experience GamesAnd while on the topic of quality over quantity, recently I came across another site with a similar focus toward games. Mark Hurst specializes in usability issues from the perspective of customer experience, and he has put up a web page that highlights some of the best Web games available.

Since Mark and I both share a similar perspective as far as games are concerned, there is a fair amount of overlap between our sites. However, as with anything subjective as someone's recommendations, there is always room for a second opinion. Click.

Cheers, Mark! =)

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I think your website is better Jay. But good job on giving props to goodexperience.com, It's a nice change from competition. Good Lookin' out for your "Casual Games" Brother

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Actually, without the Goodexperience-Site I would never had found your page :)

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I'm not sure if I should love you or curse you out. I've spent far too much time on these games. I will say that they have been wonderful these past few days as I have been ill with food poisoning.

I think Peekaboom has brought out the worst in me. I'm normally such a nice person!

Thanks for the links, Jay!

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